Rachel Wood shares thoughts on the opening of ‘Living with gods: people, places, and worlds beyond‘ at The British Museum.
In what state do we want to find our material evidence? Taking the example of Byzantine reliquaries, Hugh Jeffery takes a look at the value of used and worn objects, and what they can reveal about religion as a result.
Jaś Elsner reflects on the opening night of ‘Imagining the Divine’ at the Ashmolean Museum on 18th October 2017.
The final installment of Jaś Elsner and Stefanie Lenk’s blog posts from behind the scenes during the installation of the Ashmolean Museum’s exhibition Imagining the Divine: Art and the Rise of World Religions, open October 19th 2017 – February 18th 2018.
Each short, focused talk will be led by two Oxford doctoral students from the research group, exploring a particular theme across religious traditions featured in the exhibition. Continue reading Upcoming Gallery Talks at the Ashmolean Museum
Jaś Elsner and Stefanie Lenk are blogging from behind the scenes during the installation of the Ashmolean Museum’s exhibition Imagining the Divine: Art and the Rise of World Religions, opening on October 19th.